7th ICASE World Conference on STEM Education

The International Council of Associations for Science Education (ICASE) would like to invite scholars and practitioners around the world to attend this global gala event. The conference participants include policy makers, curriculum developers, scientists, science and university educators and researchers, science teacher association officers and members, and primary / secondary STEM teachers to share research results and engage in discussions about the latest developments in STEM education. 

Established in 1973 with support from UNESCO, the objectives of ICASE are to extend and enhance the work of its member organizations; provide and support activities and opportunities to enhance formal, non-formal, and informal STEM education at all levels worldwide; establish and maintain an international communication network; and encourage and support the establishment and development of professional STEM organizations, especially where none currently exists in a country / region. 

The ICASE 2023 world conference is also a celebration of the 50th anniversary of her establishment. It is a global event and is considered as a unique opportunity for all STEM researchers and educators to reach out, connect, and share their best practices. This is a conference that will reflect views and perspectives of STEM education globally, and aims to enable all attendees to use the ideas locally upon their return. For this reason, we urge all ICASE friends who have contributed to ICASE in the past, who still support ICASE today, and who will contribute in the future, to take part in this important conference by submitting their proposals (2,000 – 3,000 words) on or before 31 October, 2022. 

The conference will be held in the Gulf region at the British University in Dubai in collaboration with Amity University, Dubai, United Arab Emirates from 27 - 30 March 2023. 

We look forward to receiving you in Dubai, UAE. 

Conference Theme

STEM Education Solutions to Complex Global Challenges 

Conference Strands

A. STEM Education Policy
A1. Public – Private partnerships in STEM education 
A2. Curriculum development, evaluation, and assessment 
A3. STEM education policy trends and reforms 
A4. International comparative programs (PISA, TIMSS, ROSES, etc.)
B. STEM Education Impact
B1. Innovation and entrepreneurship in STEM education 
B2. Sustainability and environmental education 
B3. Career awareness in STEM-related fields
C. STEM Teaching Practices
C1. Teacher education and professional development 
C2. STEM teachers and the role of professional associations in promoting 21st century skills 
C3.Textbook’s standards in STEM education 
C4. Cultural, social and gender issues 
C5. Digital technologies in STEM education 
C6. Best STEM education practices
D. STEM Education Pedagogy and Projects
D1. Collaboration between formal and non-formal STEM learning contexts 
D2. STEM education funded projects (NSF, European Union, National Agencies, Erasmus 
Plus, etc.) 
D3. Engineering education research and practice
E. Others

We welcome creative topics that are relevant to the conference theme. 

Keynote speakers

Dr. BaoHui Zhang, Shaanxi Normal University, China 
Dr. Hassan Hamid Tairab, The United Arab Emirates University, UAE 
Dr. Khalid Al Marri, The British University in Dubai, Dubai, UAE 
Dr. Fazal Malik, Amity University, Dubai 
Dr. Sibel Erduran, ESERA President, University of Oxford, UK 
Dr. Christiana Omoifo, University of Benin, Nigeria 
Dr. Piet Kommers –UNESCO, Holland 
Dr. Joseph Krjacik, Michigan State University, USA

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